Bad news! Man United will be affected by this FIFA rule for their whole season

Manchester United has some bad news on top of their injuries.

By Juan Macías

Erik ten Hag
Erik ten Hag
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The red devils are looking to get better results in the season, and now they could have several problems to do just that with his rule that affects their plans.

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Manchester United office is aware that one of the main problems for the team this whole season has been the constant injuries, and this could really complicate the next months for the team. The red devils are looking to end the season as one of the top four teams in the Premier League, but the injuries could complicate this goal as they need to be aware of this FIFA rules.

The left back position has been a concern for the team all season long, now that Luke Shaw is injured once again and the current idea would be that he is set to miss the rest of the season. On the other hand Tyrell Malacia is also out of the team due to injury, he currently does not have a return date, as this situation really complicates their next months.

One of the solution for the red devils would be call some players back to the team, players such as Álvaro Fernandez which is a left back that is currently out on a loan deal with the Benfica team. The FIFA rule that affects them states that a player could only play for two differents teams in the same season.

The red devils also count with Brandon Williams, a 23 year old left back that currently plays in the Ipswich Town team in the EFL. Erik ten Hag also faces a problem here now that the EFL rules dictate that players that are out on a loan deal can only be recalled during the transfer window, and they have to have special dispensation, as this complicates this option as well.

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Erik ten Hag future

The injuries could also complicate the future of Erik ten Hag as the manager of the red devils. He is also looking to reach the goal to end the season as one of the top four Premier League teams to secure his future as the manager.

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